The Sims 4 seems intent on winning me back with his onslaught of kits, and his latest double release just might do the trick.
That moonlight chic and Small campers Overall, kits seem to offer both style and substance. moonlight chic includes Paris-inspired evening looks, but they don’t look like monochromatic floor-length dresses. EA said the articles were “inspired by the Parisian creator Paola Locatelli
Meanwhile the Small campers Kit felt reminded at first The Sims 4‘s very first game pack, outdoor retreat, which had a big camping and outdoor focus. But this kit seems like a promising refresher. Not only does it include an outdoor projection screen and pretty fairy lights, but there are also things for kids to do.
The Sims 4 prone to emphasis Gameplay for young adult and adult Sims, less for toddlers, children, teenagers and elders. Babies are literally just objects, so they don’t get anything at all. But according to EA, Little Campers lets kids build a ceiling fort where they can play outside and get cozy. They can even be modeled after a car or a rocket ship. The kit also includes new toys and the ability to roast marshmallows. So it’s closer to home and less like the rough-it vibes of retreat outdoors
After almost eight years and around 1500 hours of play, I often have the feeling that there is no more simming left for me. But hell if I don’t opt for some pretty outdoor lighting or a sparkling new look. Now I just have to wait until it’s available and I can take a look at all the Create-a-Sim and Build items.
Both kits will be available Thursday May 26th for all Sims players on PC and Mac on Origin and Steam, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and X/S. Kits are also the cheapest DLC option to the The Sims at $4.99.